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Happy Friday everyone! After what can ony be described as a heartbreaking week here in he UK, I sure am happy it’s Friday and that we have a bank holiday to look forward to! Hopefully the sun is shining where you are and you get chance over the next few days to enjoy some down time and spend your days with loved ones. I am looking forward to a bank holiday spent with family and spending some quality time with Nik and Dexter.
Today we have a gorgeous wedding from North Carolina, a Fall wedding filled with beautiful autumn touches, lovely muted tones, and the most stunning bare foot bride. Big thanks to Gabrielle Von Heyking for the beautiful images.
Lindsey and Jarrod were married on the 15th October 2016 at Silver Fork Winery – Morganton, North Carolina. ‘Silver Fork Winery was located in my hometown of Morganton, NC and allowed us to have a beautiful outside wedding with the Blue Ridge Mountains as our backdrop. From the start I knew it was my dream wedding location! We had 75 guests and the wedding took 8-9 months to plan. We started planning several months after our engagement.’
Good Afternoon and welcome to this week’s bridal style post! Today I am delighted to be able to treat you to some of the dreamiest gowns we’ve had yet from BHLDN. Here, its all about easy lace, dramatic bell sleeves, fringe and macramé, not forgetting that gorgeous vibrant embroidery. This new creative was shot in gorgeous Mexico and it caters very well to the bohemian bride and is one of their most bohemian looks ever, perfectly accented with shoes, jewelry and clutches of rich texture, natural stones, and playful tassels. Many thanks again to BHLDN for letting us share these stunning outfits with all our Boho readers today.
We are channeling rustic and DIY wedding ideas with you today as we head across to Ohio for the gorgeous wedding of Kendall and Jeremy who were married on the 4th September at their own home. The gorgeous couple are lucky enough to live amongst this most amazing property with a huge expanse of land and of course a few horses thrown in for good measure. The results are a wonderfully personal and rustic wedding, with so many hand-made and DIY touches. From the furniture to the wedding arch, the flowers to the decor, it really is a DIY brides idea of heaven! A fabulous wedding full of sunshine and wonderful images from Coley & Co Photography.
After the horrific news from Manchester yesterday we are now carrying on with our normal blogging schedule. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved in Monday night’s atrocities, such sad times for everyone involved. Today though we are here to shed love and happiness to everyone and remind you all that life goes on and we must all stand together to unite against such evils.
Amanda Balmain brings you today’s summery wedding in Cheshire, a relaxed day with a garden party theme, with a pretty pink and navy colour scheme. With Hannah and Matthew starting off their celebrations on the London bus journey, this wedding is full of love, smiles and a summery colour pallette, just what we need today!
Hannah and Matthew were married on the 30th July 2016 in a ceremony at All Saints Church, Odd Rode, Scholar Green, Cheshire followed by a reception at Haslington Hall. ‘We wanted to get married in a church, and luckily our local parish church is beautiful! We didn’t want to travel too far after the service, so with Haslington Hall only being 15 minutes away was a really big plus. We both grew up 5 minutes away from Haslington Hall and cycled passed there as children so we knew the location very well. We had 70 guests in the day and 110 in total in the evening. We have mutual friends so it felt like one big party rather than 2 groups of people not really knowing each other. We were engaged the night before Hannahs 28th birthday, and were married 15 months later. We had booked the venue and church within 3 weeks of getting engaged, then took a few months off planning. I’d say we started to properly plan around 10 months before the wedding.’
As you know we do love Destination weddings here at Boho Weddings, I seem to be taking you off all over the world on a weekly basis. The destination that has become increasingly popular over the last few months it seems is Croatia, with so many weddings from this beautiful part of the world being featured here on the blog. Today’s wedding is a great example of what a wonderful location Croatia can be for a wedding as One Day Studio take us for a wonderful journey with the stunning images of Fatime and Richards gorgeous day. Choosing a natural bohemian theme to go along with their outdoor ceremony and reception, Fatime and Richard have brought in DIY elements and a totally laid back vibe which works perfectly amongst the Croatian backdrop.
Fatime and Richard were married on the 28th August 2015 at Fort George on Vis Island. ‘Vis is simply our happy place and the most beautiful island in Croatia. We had around 60 guests and the wedding took 2 months to plan.’